If you want to give your living room a whole new look, the cheapest way to do so is with paint. You can easily paint your living room and make it look attractive by using opaque paint on your walls and enhancing the paint with decorative paint touches such as stencils, sponge painting and even stamp painting.
If your home needs some warmth, look to rich bodied neutrals such as espresso brown, camel tan, mushroom gray, and warm rust colors. The brown, white, tan families of colors are extremely versatile and look great when placed next to dark wood floors, doors, and heavy wood furniture.
Whether you want any room to look friendly, formal, warm, cool, elegant or relaxing, matching different shades of paint colors for living rooms could do some magical transformation. The combination of right colors could change the look and feel of a room and may even change how a person would perceive its size. Colors are capable of giving the impression of making a small room look spacious. You can choose from three different color combination schemes from monogram, contrasting and a combination of similar shades. Experts recommend using the monogram color scheme on a course texture where you use various shades of one color only. The effect will enliven the room using the blended colors of various saturations and tones. It is best for embossed wallpaper too.
Geometric patterns never go out of style! If you want to add a splash of color to the living room, a geometric pattern is the best way to do it. Either choose a wall for the pattern or just a part of the wall and create a perfect conversation piece. You do not have to stick to simple lines. You can make a bold statement with geometric patterns. Choose a dark color with a subdued color to make a subtle but strong statement. On the other hand, you can go all out with bright colors for a geometric pattern to make it look modern and quirky.
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